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Algonkians of Lake Nipigon

National Museum of Man. Archeological Survey of Canada.

Algonkians of Lake Nipigon

an Archeological Survey.

by National Museum of Man. Archeological Survey of Canada.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

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SeriesNational Museum of Man Archeological Survey of Canada Paper Mercury Series -- 48
ContributionsDawson, K.C.A.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21886305M

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Algonkians of Lake Nipigon by National Museum of Man. Archeological Survey of Canada. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Archaeological survey and excavation at Lake Nipigon has revealed the presence of Shield, Laurel, and Algonkian cultures with the most intensive occupation during the Terminal Woodland period.

Evidence is also presented for the interaction of the Western Algonkians of the area with Northern, Southern and Eastern Algonkian groups. Book Description: Archaeological survey and excavation at Lake Nipigon has revealed the presence of Shield, Laurel, and Algonkian cultures with the most intensive occupation during the Terminal Woodland period.

Evidence is also presented for the interaction of the Western Algonkians of the area with Northern, Southern and Eastern Algonkian groups. Get this from a library. Algonkians of Lake Nipigon: an archaeological survey.

[K C A Dawson] -- A description of the artifacts from a reconnaissance of the Lake Nipigon shore. Algonkians of Lake Nipigon: An archaeological survey (Mercury series) [Dawson, K.

A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Algonkians of Lake Nipigon: An archaeological survey (Mercury series). The Libraries are open to serve you, even while our physical collections are unavailable during the COVID crisis.

Please check the HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS) for your item. Gertrude H. Dyke Award — Nominated The history of Lake Nipigon, where the Great Lakes begin.

The name Nipigon is evocative of storied brook trout, cold clear waters, elusive woodland caribou, sweeping vistas, and spectacular scenery. Situated in the heart of Northwestern Ontario, almost every map of North America shows Lake Nipigon as a Reviews: This website requires cookies to provide all of its features.

For more information on what data is contained in the cookies, please see our Cookie Policy accept cookies from this site, please click the Allow button below. Algonkians of Lake Nipigon: an archaeological survey / K. Dawson. Dawson, K.

(Author). Archaeological Survey of Canada. (Added Author). Book Place Hold. Add to basket Remove from basket Print / Email. Permalink Disable Highlighting. Lake Nipigon is within the scope of WikiProject Lakes, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of lake-related articles on Wikipedia, using the tools on the project you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.

Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale. Lake Nipigon, km 2, elevation m, m deep, located in northwestern Ontario, km northeast of THUNDER BAY, drains south into Lake SUPERIOR through the Nipigon River. The name may be derived from the Ojibwa Animi-bee-gong ("continuous water").

In the 18th century, the Cree who occupied the area were gradually displaced by the present inhabitants, the Ojibwa. Dawson, K.C.A. Algonkians of Lake Nipigon an archaeological survey Nat. Museums of Canada DD Dewdney, Selwyn Indain Rock Paintings of the Great Lakes DD Dictionary of Canadian Biography DD Algonkians synonyms, Algonkians pronunciation, Algonkians translation, English dictionary definition of Algonkians.

also Algonkian n. Algonquian or Algonquians also Algonkian or Algonkians 1. Fox - a member of an Algonquian people formerly living west of Lake Michigan along the Fox River. and the book opens with an. Lake Nipigon, often called the sixth great lake, is a huge oval-shaped body of water with many islands, reefs and bays.

It’s the largest inland lake in Ontario, spanning about sixty-miles wide by more than eighty-miles long with a maximum depth of feet and close tosurface acres. In twenty-seven brief "chapters" - each of which consists of a single page of text, decorated with black and white illustrations, and paired with a full-page color painting - Holling Clancy Holling sets out the story of "Paddle-to-the-Sea," a miniature wooden canoe carved by a young Indian boy in Nipigon country, Canada, and then sent out on a /5().

Lake Nipigon Northern Pike Fishing: Lake Nipigon has approximately miles of shoreline weaving in and out of weedy bays and around rocky points. This figure does not account for shoreline around the many islands on the lake. There are also countless shoals, deep reefs and mouths of feeder-streams and rivers.

Counting islands the shoreline exceeds miles. An elegant wedding and event space in Algonkian Regional Park. The River View. New events venue at Occoquan Regional Park with a stunning view. Great Blue Heron Catering - Weddings; Book cabins and camping at Bull Run and Pohick Bay Regional Parks, or cottages at Algonkian Regional Park.

Algonkian Bull Run Pohick Bay. Lake Nipigon, lake, Thunder Bay district, west-central Ontario, Canada. Lake Nipigon lies 80 miles ( km) northeast of Thunder Bay.

It is about 70 miles ( km) long and 50 miles (80 km) wide and has an area of 1, square miles (4, square km). The lake lies at an elevation of 1, feet. The Gull River is a river in Thunder Bay District in Northwestern Ontario, Canada.

The river is in the Great Lakes Basin and is a tributary of Lake river's name. Report prepared for the Algonkians of Barriere lake and the Secretariat Trilateral. Moose and forest ecosystem management: the biggest beast but not the best (1) Irving Hallowell identifies as the central value that organizes all Algonkians ' lives and the core of their worldview.

Algonkian synonyms, Algonkian pronunciation, Algonkian translation, English dictionary definition of Algonkian. Geology Late Proterozoic. The Mythology of the Northern and Northeastern Algonkians In Reference to Algonkian Mythology as a Whole (pp.

Montagnais & Southern New England religion: a brief overview. By doing so, however. The history of Lake Nipigon, where the Great Lakes begin.

The name Nipigon is evocative of storied brook trout, cold clear waters, elusive woodland caribou, sweeping vistas, and spectacular scenery. Situated in the heart of Northwestern Ontario, almost every map of North America shows Lake Nipigon as a significant geographic feature, yet few.Book your tournament at Algonkian Golf Course.

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T E [email protected] Member Booking. Rebecca Downie - Park Manager.Lake Nipigon Reserve Onthe Animbiigoo Zaagi'igan Anishinaabek celebrated the creation of their new Reserve.

"The creation of a Reserve landbase has been a dream for the people of Animbiigoo Zaagi’igan since the signing of the Robinson-Superior Treaty in The Lake Nipigon Reserve will provide us with the home we need to.